Lavender is not only drought-tolerant but also aromatic and visually appealing. It thrives in well-drained soil and full sun.
Sedum, also known as stonecrop, is a succulent plant that comes in various varieties and is highly drought-resistant.
Yucca plants are known for their striking, sword-like leaves and adapt well to arid conditions.
Agaves are succulent plants with rosette-shaped leaves and are well-suited for dry environments.
Russian sage has aromatic silvery-gray foliage and blue-violet flower spikes, and it thrives in dry conditions.
Also known as coneflowers, Echinacea plants are not only drought-tolerant but also attract pollinators with their vibrant blooms.
California poppies are well-suited to dry climates and add a burst of color with their orange or yellow flowers.
Red hot poker plants have tall spikes of vibrant flowers and are known for their drought resistance.
Various sage species, such as Salvia nemorosa, Salvia leucantha, and others, are drought-tolerant and offer attractive flowers.
Blanket flowers are hardy, low-maintenance perennials that produce vibrant, daisy-like blooms and thrive in dry conditions.